Collection Communications Log: The Way To Document Collector Harassment
Here’s a great way to record all of your collection contacts in one place and in writing. It’s called the Collection Communications Log. It will standardize, simplify, and legitimize your claims against debt collectors. Click the image below to get this handy little form for free! This is an essential tool for protecting your rights and making your case against abusive debt collectors. Print it out, fill it in, and bring it along.
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